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  Stein Has Over 50% of Possible Green Party National Convention Delegates, Attention Turns to VP Selection
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Last EditedCOSDem  Jun 17, 2012 09:28pm
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News DateTuesday, May 15, 2012 06:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionJill Stein has been wracking up win after win in the Green Party primaries and caucuses. Now, she has won over 50% of the total number of national convention delegates, meaning she is the presumptive nominee. She has won more than 75% of the delegates apportioned thus far, Roseanne Barr is next with 14% of the delegates awarded thus far. Now, the Stein campaign is soliciting supporters for Vice Presidential candidate input.
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D:478Bob ( 2253.6577 points)
Wed, May 16, 2012 12:17:30 PM UTC0:00
Every Green ticket is already a joke candidacy.

Un:352Ralphie (12176.8838 points)
Thu, May 17, 2012 05:59:04 AM UTC0:00
I just did that to give Bob a straight.

D:478Bob ( 2253.6577 points)
Thu, May 17, 2012 10:24:51 AM UTC0:00

R:656zorkpolitics ( 252.5208 points)
Thu, May 17, 2012 03:51:05 PM UTC0:00
Who is Jill Stein? Not exactly a well known person. I guess she is best known for losing elections by wide margins in MA.
Time to start guessing, will she beat Nadar's lowest total of 463,000 votes in 2004?

AM:7114Conservative for America. ( 76.1380 points)
Fri, June 15, 2012 01:50:18 AM UTC0:00
I think she will...Enough disenfranchised liberals will unite behind the Green and Justice parties.

Veg:334Nothing wrong, just gone ( 591.1573 points)
Fri, June 15, 2012 02:00:21 AM UTC0:00
I doubt she will.

Only political wonks like us have ever heard of her.

Cobb and McKinney sucked at getting votes, and couldn't even get half of Nader's low as an Independent, as the Green brand label really took a (fair or unfair) beating after the 2000 election.

If that's not enough to prevent her from a decent finish, I will be voting for her, so a horrendous finish in the election is all but guaranteed.

LBT:6309Silver Dime ( 94.8693 points)
Mon, June 18, 2012 05:05:53 AM UTC0:00
She is relatively well known here in MA because she was in the Governor's debate with Baker, Patrick, and Cahill. It's a hell of a lot easier for independents to get into debates on a more localized level. I could see Stein get 1% here in Mass. But that's the best she'll do.

Nobody really cares about the Greens unless Nader is the nominee. Plus, the Greens have a lot baggage as Tom mentioned from the 2000 election. Even though most of Nader's NH support was from registered Republicans and most voters nationwide voters were first time voters and would probably not have voted had Nader not ran.